In 2019, technological and geopolitical threats continue to be at the center of the risk landscape for businesses in Japan. Other vulnerabilities have also resurfaced, notably the persistent threats of natural catastrophes, the country’s tight labor market and the specter of an asset bubble.
This is the second in a series of articles that seeks to provide a nuanced analysis of the risk profiles for five countries in Asia-Pacific and aid business leaders in understanding the region’s diverse risk environment. These articles complement the 2019 Global Risks Report, which is produced by the World Economic Forum in partnership with Marsh & McLennan Companies and Zurich Insurance Group. This article was published on Marsh & McLennan’s BRINK Asia.